With Flying Colors: American Idioms and Their Meaning

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“With Flying Colors is a humorous book on American English idioms and expressions using photographs, captions and voice-overs.  These features help to understand the meaning. 

The expressions are a mix of idioms such as walking on eggshells, out of the blue, it's about time; and sayings or proverbs such as like a kid in a candy store; or life's a bowl of cherries.   The original photographs represent the expressions in their literal sense and are very funny.  For example, the big cheese is represented by a big cheese.  The captions give the definition of the expressions and examples of their use in sentences.   Click on the sound button and you can hear the expression, its definition and an example. 

This eBook is an ideal tool to discover American idioms that are used everyday or once in a blue moon, a piece of cake, to improve your English and, if you have a test on idioms, hopefully, you will do brilliantly, that is with flying colors.

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